Neonatología

EPSIMED nCPAP 300
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The CPAP 300 from EPSIMED is a sophisticated system

 

 

for providing a blend of gases to the baby in the neonatal

 

 

ICU, in the delivery room and during transport. It mixes air

 

 

accurately with oxygen and pressurises it before delivering it

 

 

to the infant. The continuous gentle pressure of the air from

 

 

the CPAP 300 keeps the alveoli of the baby's lungs open

 

 

throughout the breathing cycle and enables efficient capillary

 

 

exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide to take place.

 

 

The pressure recruits areas of the lung that are collapsed. It

 

 

increases the amount of air remaining in the lungs at the end

 

 

of a breath (the functional residual capacity).The supply of

 

 

pressurized air reduces the baby's work of breathing (WOB).

 

 

The CPAP 300’s operational height has been ergonomically

 

 

designed, and the equipment is remarkably easy to calibrate

 

 

and operate.

 

 

The CPAP 300 has provisions to support humidifiers and

 

 

intravenous fluids and to handle hoses.

 

 

The friendly looks of the CPAP 300 will be appreciated in

 

 

any hospital setting. Treatment with the CPAP 300 Provides

 

 

a less intrusive option to intubation and mechanical ventilation

 

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EPSIMED nCPAP 300

 

 

The CPAP 300 from EPSIMED is a sophisticated system

 

 

for providing a blend of gases to the baby in the neonatal

 

 

ICU, in the delivery room and during transport. It mixes air

 

 

accurately with oxygen and pressurises it before delivering it

 

 

to the infant. The continuous gentle pressure of the air from

 

 

the CPAP 300 keeps the alveoli of the baby's lungs open

 

 

throughout the breathing cycle and enables efficient capillary

 

 

exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide to take place.

 

 

The pressure recruits areas of the lung that are collapsed. It

 

 

increases the amount of air remaining in the lungs at the end

 

 

of a breath (the functional residual capacity).The supply of

 

 

pressurized air reduces the baby's work of breathing (WOB).

 

 

The CPAP 300’s operational height has been ergonomically

 

 

designed, and the equipment is remarkably easy to calibrate

 

 

and operate.

 

 

The CPAP 300 has provisions to support humidifiers and

 

 

intravenous fluids and to handle hoses.

 

 

The friendly looks of the CPAP 300 will be appreciated in

 

 

any hospital setting. Treatment with the CPAP 300 Provides

 

 

a less intrusive option to intubation and mechanical ventilation